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The Browns'' apparent plans to move to Baltimore would kill Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke''s plans to build a new stadium in Prince George''s County, MD, according to Brian Blomquist in this morning'
The Tiger Stadium Fan Club and state Sen. George Hart said they will filed a lawsuit "challenging" the use of public dollars for the $235M ballpark. The suit will focus on the $55M the state has promi
Although plans to build luxury seating in Byrne Arena "collapsed amid concerns" some of it would go unsold, sources say the deal to keep the Devils still works and "has enough revenue- producing eleme
Anheuser-Busch will invest $7-8M into Busch Stadium renovations for the next year, according to Rick Hummel of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, including a grass field, a family pavilion in left field, ne
Despite "pledging their loyalty" to the city of Miami, the Heat are reportedly "flirting with a move" to Broward County, according to today''s MIAMI HERALD. Heat Owner Mickey Arison said they have "no
Sources familiar with the agreement between the Devils and NJSEA say the team would gain extra revenue from plans to sell the rights to rename the arena to a corporate sponsor, according to the BERGEN
3Com Park today becomes the first stadium to offer Internet access to fans in the form of eight kiosks where fans can connect to the Web for free (S.F. CHRONICLE, 11/2). ....The WI Senate may delete $
Prince George''s County Executive Wayne Curry has "rescinded" a proposal to sell public property in Landover, MD, to Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke for a new stadium, according to the WASHINGTON POST.
Just before they were due in court again, negotiators for the State of NJ and the Devils announced they had resolved "all major issues standing in the way of a final agreement to keep the Stanley Cup